2011

Carey, D.

“John Locke, money, and credit” / Daniel Carey. // IN: The empire of credit : the financial revolution in the British Atlantic world, 1688-1815 / edited by Daniel Carey and Christopher J. Finlay. – Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2011. – p. 25-51.

Chumbita, J.

“El desplazamiento en la teoría de la propiedad de John Locke : del criterio de necesidad a la teoría del valor para jistificar la colonización inglesa en América” = “Displacement in Locke’s theory of property : from the criterion of necessity to the theory of value to justify the English colonization of America.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Longaker, M. G.

“John Locke’s monetary argument : an analysis with methodological and historical implications” / Mark Garrett Longaker. // IN: Rhetoric Society quarterly. – 41 (2011):125-144.

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Reinert, S. A.

Translating empire : emulation and the origins of political economy / Sophus A. Reinert. — Cambridge, Mass. ; London, England : Harvard University Press, ©2011.

See 2, “Cary’s Essay on the state of England” (p. 73-128)

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Turner, J.

“John Locke, Christian mission, and colonial America” / Jack Turner. // IN: Modern intellectual history. – 8 (2011):267-297.

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Wennerlind, C.

Casualties of credit : the English financial revolution, 1620-1720 / Carl Wennerlind. — Cambridge, Mass. ; London, England : Harvard University Press, 2011.

See esp. Ch. 4, “Capital punishment in defense of credit” (p. 123-157)

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2012

Armitage, D.

“John Locke, theorist of empire?” / David Armitage. // IN: Empire and modern political thought / edited by Sankar Muthu. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2012. – p. 84-111.

Japanese translation: 「帝国の理論家ジョン・ロック?」 / ディヴィッド・アーミテイジ. = “Teikoku no rironka Jon Rokku?” / Deibiddo Āmiteiji. // IN: 青山学院大学文学部紀要. = Aoyama Gakuin Daigaku Bungakubu kiyō = Journal of the College of Literature, Aoyama Gakuin University. – 51 (March 2010):1-28.

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Revised version published in Foundations of modern international thought (2013), chapter 7.

Arneil, B.

“Liberal colonialism, domestic colonies and citizenship” / Barbara Arneil. // IN: History of political thought. – 33 (2012):491-523.

Carey, D.

“Locke, species, and money.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Ormazabal, K.

“Lowndes and Locke on the value of money” / Kepa Ormazabal. // IN: History of political economy. – 44 (2012):157-180.

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Smith, C. W.

“A ‘foundation in nature’ : new economic criticism and the problem of money in 1690s England” / Courtney Weiss Smith. // IN: The eighteenth century. – 53 (2012):209-228.

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Whitehead, J.

“John Locke, accumulation by dispossession and the governance of colonial India.” — See entry in Chapter 7.

2013

Armitage, D.

Foundations of modern international thought. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Boisen, C.

“The changing moral justification of empire : from the right to colonies to the obligation to civilize’ / Camilla Boisen. // IN: History of European ideas. – 39 (2013):335-353.

Unverified.

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Botella Ordinas, E.

“Locke y las legitimaciones Británicas de dominio : del argumento de la agricultura al de la mejora de la naturaleza” = “Locke and British legitimization of dominion : from the agricultural argument to the improvement of nature” / Eva Botella Ordinas. // IN: Espacio, tiempo y forma. Serie IV, Historia moderna. – 26 (2013):19-43.

In Spanish, English abstract.

Brewer, H.

“Subjects by allegiance to the King? : debating status and power for subjects, and slaves, through the religious debates of the early British Atlantic.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Carey, D.

“Locke’s species : money and philosophy in the 1690s” / Daniel Carey. // IN: Annals of science. – 70 (2013):357-380.

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Hinschelwood, B.

“The Carolina context of John Locke’s theory of slavery.” – See entry in Chapter 7.

Ruggiero, V.

The crimes of the economy : a criminological analysis of economic thought. – See entry in Chapter 7.

2014

Checketts, R.

“Shaftesbury’s theory of art : substance and virtue.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Chumbita, J. S.

“Actores sociales y económicos en las propuestas juridicas y normativas de John Locke” / Joan Severo Chumbita. – Anales del Seminario de Historia de la Filosofía. – 31 (2014):89-105.

Unverified.

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Desan, C.

Making money : coin, currency, and the coming of capitalism / Christine Desan. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014.

See 9, “Re-theorizing money” (pages 330-359)

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Guzmán, R. A. & Munger, M. C.

“Euvoluntariness and just market exchange : moral dilemmas from Locke’s Venditio” / Ricardo Andrés Guzmán, Michael C. Munger. // IN: Public choice. – 158 (2014):39-49; erratum, 164 (2015):189.

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Martin, F.

Money : the unauthorized biography / Felix Martin. – New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2014.

See esp. 8, “The economic consequences of Mr. Locke” (pages 122-136)

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Renault, M.

L’Amérique de John Locke : l’expansion coloniale de la philosophie européenne / Matthieu Renault. – Paris : Amsterdam Editions, 2014. – 205 pages.

Unverified.

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2016

Capaldi, N. & Lloyd, G.

Liberty and equality in political economy : from Locke versus Rousseau to the present / Nicholas Capandi, Gordon Lloyd. – Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, [2016]. – (New thinking in political economy)

See 1, “John Locke and the three pillars of liberty”

Unverified.

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Casson, D.

“John Locke, clipped coins, and the unstable currency of public reason” / Douglas Casson. // IN: Perspectives on Locke … (2016). // IN: Etica & politica = Ethics & politics. – 18/2 (2016):153-180.

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Hudson, N.

“Challenging the historical paradigm : Tories, Whigs, and economic writing, 1680-1714” / Nicholas Hudson. // IN: Eighteenth-century life. – 40:no. 3 (September 2016):68-88.

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Nacol, E. C.

An age of risk : politics and economy in early modern Britain. – See entry in Chapter 7.

Smith, C. W.

Empiricist devotions : science, religion, and poetry in early eighteenth-century England – See entry in Chapter 7.

Wilson, T. D.

The Ashley Cooper plan : the founding of Carolina and the origins of Southern political culture / Thomas D. Wilson. – Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, ©2016. – xiv, 305 pages.

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2017

Bouillot, C.

Enrichissement et conflits sociaux à la fin du XVIIe siècle : une comparaison de Colbert, Vauban et Locke / par Céline Bouillot. – Thèse de doctorat, Université de Paris I, 2017.

Unverified.

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Brewer, H.

“Slavery, sovereignty, and ‘inheritable blood’ : reconsidering John Locke and the origins of American slavery” / Holly Brewer. // IN: American historical review. – 122 (2017):1038-1078.

DOI: 10.1093/ahr/122.4.1038

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Tambara, E. A. C. & Arriada, E.

“John Locke, Alguns problemas referentes a educação do pobre” / Elomar Antonio Callegaro Tambara, Eduardo Arriada. // IN: História de educação. – 21:52 (2017):363-378.

Includes Portuguese translation of [selections from?] the Report of the Board of Trade …: “Alguns problemas referentes a educação do pobre” (pages 368-378)

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2018

Eich, S.

“John Locke and the politics of monetary depoliticization” / Stefan Eich. // IN: Modern intellectual history. – First view, published online 29 June 2018.

DOI: 10.1017/S1479244318000185

Unverified.

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